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In the U.S., hanging out in a cafe with animals is such an exotic concept that people can't get enough of it.Online reservations for another Manhattan cat cafe are almost fully booked more than two months ahead.You can also spend an hour at a cafe holding a great horned owl.This October 2014 photo shows an owl perched on the arm of a visitor at Fukuro no Mise, which means Shop of Owls, in Tokyo.(AP Judging by how complicated it was to get a reservation at Tokyo's Fukuro no Mise ("Shop of Owls"), the owl cafes there are just as much of a hoot there as cat cafes are here. For example, only touch the owls on the head or back.Unlike some other animal cafes in Japan, this place is only nominally a cafe.If owls aren't enough to satisfy your longing to commune with birds of prey, there's also a Falconers Cafe in Mitaka, the same area of Tokyo as the Ghibli Museum.There are other owl cafes in Japan. The cafe suggests English speakers come Fridays when they have English-speaking staff, but I had no difficulty on a different day.
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